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Name Change Clinic

Online

**FREE EVENT** Thinking of changing your name and gender marker in PA/Allegheny County? Know someone who is? Overwhelmed by the process? Join us as we welcome attorney, Kathleen Schneider. Kathleen has been helping the LGBTQ+ community for decades in Allegheny County, including hundreds of name & gender changes. Kathleen will also share the ways in which this process is affected by COVID-19. Here’s a look at last year’s clinic: https://www.queerpgh.com/changing-your-name-in-pittsburgh/

Creating Change 2021

Online

Register now at creatingchange.org! For 33 years, the National LGBTQ Task Force has brought you Creating Change, the largest LGBTQ activist conference in the country. Every year, thousands of people from across the country come together to learn, connect, and resist. At Creating Change we sharpen our minds with skills and knowledge, fill our hearts with love and joy, and deepen our commitment to freedom, justice and equity for all LGBTQ people. Creating Change 2021 will be no different, with one big exception: Creating Change 2021 will be our first ever virtual conference. - Q: What is Creating Change? A: The…

Free – $500

Show Love: A Night in with the ALCU of Pennsylvania

Online

Join us on the evening of Thursday, February 11, 2021, for a virtual celebration that will raise awareness about our ongoing work to defend and expand the rights and freedoms of every Pennsylvanian. The fourth annual Show Love: A Night Out (In) with the ACLU of Pennsylvania will be an event full of entertainment, rousing speakers, and fun. Featuring DeRay Mckesson, Alyesha Wise, and more! Due to the pandemic, this year's event will be held virtually, but we promise that the distance will not take away from all the wonderful things we have planned. We depend on this annual fundraiser…

$1 – $250

People’s Pride PGH Presents: Reclaiming Pittsburgh Pride 2021

It is now our time to Reclaim Pittsburgh Pride as a community that has suffered under the Leadership of The Delta Foundation of Pittsburgh. Roots Pride PGH led the movement to hold Delta accountable for there crimes and harm to our LGBTQIA+ communities and People's Pride PGH continued the movement towards liberation in 2017 as a protest of Pittsburgh Pride Fest because of the segregation, partnerships that undermined our LGBTQIA+ communities, flawed and racist leadership, theft of funds that should've been supporting our communities at large. Recently the Delta Foundation of Pittsburgh dissolved after arrest and investigation of Gary Van…